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Too many people living in one place. Greece had this problem because Greece lacks arable land.
Greece’s solution to overpopulation. Sending Greeks to other places to live and trade with Greece
Greek word for city-state. A large city with its own government. Ex. Athens and Sparta
Government in which the citizens make the laws themselves. Athens became this during Golden Age of Pericles.
Sparta’s government; rule by a small group of powerful people.
Stories about Greek god and goddesses told to explain life events, human emotions and nature
Time that Greek culture was blended with Asian (oriental culture) and spread through trade in Alexander’s Empire
Business or trading; way that Hellenic (Greek) culture was spread.
Trading one good for another good without using money. Greece stopped this and started using money for trade.
Temple built for Athena during Golden Age of Pericles when Pericles rebuilt Athens after Persian Wars
Greek contribution to architecture. Examples: Doric Ionic Corinthian
Sparta’s friends and allies during the Peloponnesian Wars
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